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December 12, 2019

 
Holiday Mixer
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
The Playground
278 E. Congress Street
Tucson, AZ 85701
https://playgroundtucson.com/
Networking, Awards, Food and Drink

$0.00 BOMA Member - December Mixer

$35.00 Non Member - December Mixer

$0.00 Guest ~ Prospective Member - December Mixer

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President's Report

2019 ANNUAL MEETING 
Welcome, thank you all for attending our annual meeting.  As we are nearing the close of 2019, I would like to review our year. 

MONTHLY MEETINGS
In January we had a strong start with our Annual Breakfast Forecast meeting with 122 in attendance. 

For our monthly meetings we had an average attendance of 42 members.  Some of our topics included Restoration Myth Busters, Capital Budgets, updates from the Arizona Real Estate Deputy Commissioner and Code Enforcement from Tucson Fire Department

In April, we held our annual trade show. We held the tradeshow from 4 – 7 and our associate members worked different casino games while telling us about their services.  It was a very fun afternoon and we had 55 members in attendance.  The casino afternoon was well received and we may plan for another casino afternoon in 2020.   

Following up with our trade show, we decided to hold our reverse trade show in May.  Our associate members had the chance to ask our principal members questions. 

In September, we held a brown bag lunch for our principal members.  We had a good turn out and the major discussion had to do with the homeless and the damage to our properties.  The outcome of the meeting was for us to go before the Mayor and City Council and to communicate our concerns for our community, our commercial properties and our safety at our properties.  We have started a Homeless Task Force and our goal is to meet with the city officials the first of the year. 

BOMA CONFERENCE
Out of the BOMA Conference in June, two of our members have joined a steering committee to start up a group here in Tucson for Emerging Professionals.    

  • The Emerging Professionals group was formed to recruit up and coming professionals to commercial real estate and get them involved in BOMA
  • The group is for people who are 40 and under and/or less than 7 years of experience
  • Various types of gatherings held in other chapters include networking mixers, community service projects, presentations from a BOMA member on significant topics in the area, bowling nights, game/trivia nights, etc.

Brianne and Sierra have created the following mission statement for the group:

Our mission is to create an engaging environment to recruit, retain, and educate commercial real estate professionals under the age of 40 or with less than 7 years’ experience within the local industry.

Emerging Professionals first gathering is tentatively scheduled for Thursday January 30, 2020. A venue has not yet been decided.   Currently, there are 15 people on the prospective member list   If anyone has questions regarding the Emerging Professionals, please reach out to Brianne or Sierra

2019 GOLF TOURNAMENT
Would first like to have the members of the golf committee stand.  Thank you all for your dedicated work in making our golf tournament a success.    I also want to thank our 26 sponsors and our 92 golfers.   As we know the golf tournament is our only fund raiser for the year and in 2019 golf income contributed approximately 28% of our annual income.  As a placeholder in our 2019 budget we estimated golf income at $23,000.00.  I am pleased to say our income from golf this year is at $27, 000.  Once all the expenses have been captured and paid, we should have a net income from the golf of $16,000.00.  Thank you all again for another successful tournament. 

2019 BUDGET
In preparing the 2019 budget, we felt we had a conservative but realistic budget.  We projected a net income of $278.00 for the year.  With one month left in our budget, and once all expenses have been paid in December, our net income for the year will be $8000.00.  Over the last three years, we have contributed $11,000.00 to our money market account and have not had to draw on our savings. Our goal is to increase our savings by another $3,000 to $4000 this year.  As of the end of October, we now have $34, 105.00 in our money market account. 

2020 BUDGET
As with the 2019 we have created a conservative but realistic 2020 budget.  We are projecting $84,056.00 in income between membership dues and Golf income.  Our projected expenses for 2020 are $83,835.00 which then provides a net income for the year of $221.00. 

Income Assumptions:

  • We used 2019 membership dues paid of $50,550.00
  • We increased the golf income from 23,000.00 to $26,000.00

Expense Assumptions:

  • For most of the expenses we used the same numbers from 2019 budget.
  • We did increase the expense for trade show in case we do another Casino afternoon, also our dues to BOMA International increased. BOMA International has raised the membership dues for 2020 and the board decided not to increase the dues for our members. 

COMMITTEE MEMBERS
As we look forward to 2020, I would like to stress the importance of our committee work.  We would like to grow BOMA membership along with development of new programs which meet both our principal and associate member’s needs.  Please consider joining a committee.  We hold committee meetings once a month and could use your involvement at our meetings.     

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Save The Date!




The program is being finalized. More information to come ...

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Annual Meeting/Voting Information

2020 BOMA of Greater Tucson Board of Directors...

President ~ Deb Bryant, Sunrise Property Services
Vice President ~ Teresa Ryberg, Cushman & Wakefield|PICOR
Secretary-Treasurer ~ Brianne Hansen, Cushman & Wakefield|PICOR

Principal Directors:
Heather Baron, MAS Real Estate Services
Lora Steffen, Rich Rodgers Investment
Eileen Lewis, Tucson Realty & Trust

Associate Directors:
Darryl Humbles, ATI Disaster Recovery Services
Ken Fredrick, Conquistador Pest Control

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Designation Class

A Higher Standard: The Commercial Real Estate Certification You've Been Waiting For

Just announced: The BOMA Foundation has created a new scholarship to fund individuals pursuing the CMCP certification. Up to eight scholarships will be awarded per quarter. Applicants may use the scholarship to cover either the CMCP application/exam fee or the CMCP Exam Prep Course.

We are pleased to introduce the new Certified Manager of Commercial Properties™ (CMCP™), a certification designed for early-career property professionals who are looking to validate their industry knowledge and take their careers in commercial real estate to the next level.

As the only certification of its kind in the industry, the CMCP instantly communicates your ability to be an effective commercial property manager and your strong understanding of the responsibilities of the role. Earning the CMCP certification is the first step in building a successful career in commercial real estate.

CMCP™ Advantages

  • Offers recognition early in one’s career (typically 1–5 years of  experience)
  • Validates foundational knowledge in key areas of property management
  • Evaluates readiness for additional training, responsibilities and career advancement
  • Quickly assists employers with on-boarding new property managers and assessing industry knowledge and career potential
  • Backed by BOMA and BOMI Certification, Inc., the leaders in commercial real estate education and training

Eligibility Requirements

  • Four-year degree and 1 year of property management experience, or
  • Two-year degree and 2 years of property management experience, or
  • No degree and 4 years of property management experience,and
  • 30 hours of verifiable education in commercial property management
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Rebate Programs

Member Savings Programs

Home Depot Member Rebate Program

Sign Up Now – No Cost to Enroll!


BOMA members participating in the Home Depot member rebate program have received rebate checks totaling $4 million for purchases made through the program this past year.

If you’re not already participating in this exciting opportunity, it’s easy to sign up to earn a 2 percent annual rebate on all qualifying in-store and online pre-tax purchases of thousands of products in Paint, Janitorial, Flooring, Plumbing, Electrical and more, plus other special savings and services, such as dedicated support, delivery, competitive pricing and volume discounts.

There is no cost to enroll in the program. Rebates are distributed annually, and annual purchases must total a minimum of $25,000 to qualify.

Enroll now and start earning money on your company’s Home Depot purchases. Be sure to enter the program code BOMA when you register.

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Partnership Program

INTERESTED IN A PARTNERSHIP FOR 2020?  

 

We have 4 levels:

Saguaro

Ocotillo

Prickly Pear

Agave

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office at (520) 310-1605.

OCOTILLO

 

   

PRICKLY PEAR




      

AGAVE

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Social Media

Join us/like us on

 

These are great resources to use to invite others to events, job posings, etc.


ALSO, BOMA International has their own app.  Download it to your phone.  Here is what it looks like:

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Association

Invoicing for 2020 was sent out!

If you have any questions, please contact the BOMA GT Office.

We look forward to another great year together!

 

BOMA GT OFFICE/CONTACT INFORMATION:

BOMA GT
10645 N. Oracle Road
Suite 121; #239
Oro Valley, AZ  85737

(520) 310-1605  phone
(520) 844-1674  fax 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me in the BOMA GT office at [email protected] or call (520) 310-1605.

Thank you,

Luann Schwartz
Executive Director



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